In the Sky Suddenly Divested of its Sun Something Relaxes

New Orleans, Louisiana

“The loves we share with a city are often secret loves… In the sky suddenly divested of its sun something relaxes… To feel one’s attachment to a certain region, one’s love for a certain group of men, to know that there is always a spot where one’s heart will feel at peace — these are many certainties for a single human life.”

Summer in Algiers (1936) by Albert Camus